The Civil Police announced the conclusion of the investigation into the death of the young Kaingang Daiane Griá Sales, through a press conference, at the headquarters of the 22nd Regional Police Station in Três Passos (RS), this Wednesday (15th).
One man was indicted as the perpetrator for the crimes of aggravated homicide (femicide), rape of the vulnerable and concealment of a corpse. As the process is under judicial secrecy, his name was not disclosed. He had preventive detention decreed by the Judiciary Branch of the District of Coronel Bicaco (RS) on Tuesday (14).
The body of the 14-year-old girl was found four days after her disappearance, on August 4, in a farm in the town of Posse Ferraz, in the interior of the municipality of Redentora, in the northwest region of the state of Rio Grande do Sul.
Daiane was seen alive for the last time at dawn on August 1, at an open-air party in Vila São João, in Redentora, a place close to the indigenous community of the Mission Sector, which belongs to the Guarita Indigenous Reserve.
The victim’s body was found by a farmer, lifeless, with the lower part torn apart. According to the autopsy report, the action was caused by animals or birds of prey, ruling out human origin.
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During the investigations, two suspects were sentenced to temporary detention, a 21-year-old man and a 33-year-old man. According to the investigations, the older man acted alone, offering the victim a ride at the end of the party, between 2 am and 3 am .
According to delegate Vilmar Alaídes Schaefer, there is sufficient evidence of authorship and proof of materiality.
“In addition to the testimonial evidence, the confrontation of the suspect’s versions, filled with contradictions, and, more than that, the result of the expert examinations carried out by the General Institute of Forensics, with genetic traces of the investigated being found together to the victim’s corpse,” he said.
The delegate informed that the cause of death still depends on additional expert examinations that are ongoing.
“I can say that in 31 years of police career, it was the worst (case) so far. It was extreme cowardice”, he pointed out.
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For journalist, Master in Political Science and member of the Latin American and Caribbean Women’s Health Network (RSMLAC), Télia Negrão, it was good to hear the promoter Miguel Germano Podanosche say in all words that contempt for gender, ethnicity was characterized and very serious human rights violations that made clear the qualifying circumstances of femicide.
“We weren’t wrong when we said it was a most barbaric crime. The delegate stated that in his 31 years of service, it was the worst experience ever,” he highlighted.
Source: BdF Rio Grande do Sul
Edition: Marcelo Ferreira